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Major General Oscar Westover, Army Air Corps Chief, killed in crash of A-17 airplane in Burbank, California

Wreckage of A-17 aircraft that crashed and burned on sidewalk and yard of a house at 1007 Scott Road, Burbank California, while attempting to land at the nearby Lockheed company airfield, on September 21, 1938. Army soldiers in uniform, and Local residents stand around the wreckage. Killed in the crash were: Major General Oscar Westover, Chief of the Army Air Corps, and Crew Chief, Staff Sergeant Samuel Hymes. There were no other casualties, but damage from fire can be seen on two of the nearby houses. People pick through the wreckage. Closeup of the propeller and engine cowling dug into the earth. Large group of spectators standing clear of the wreckage as several officials comb through it. An elderly man and woman, sit in their yard with a small child.

Date: 1938, September 21
Duration: 25 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Howard Hughes flies from Burbank to New York in Lockheed Super Electra.

A Lockheed Super Electra plane pushed out of a hangar in Burbank, California. Howard Hughes boards the aircraft and engine starts. Aircraft taxis along and takes off. Plane lands at an airfield in New York as a large crowd gathers to welcome him. Crowds cheer. Hughes in an interview expresses the desire to bring aviators from all over the globe together in New York.

Date: 1938, July 6
Duration: 2 min 0 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Luther Burbank and views of plantings at the home and gardens of the famed horticulturalist in Santa Rosa, California

Trees and gardens on the property of Luther Burbank, the famed horticulturalist in Santa Rosa California. In his experimental gardens are seen roses in bloom. Also a walnut tree, and a garden with a greenhouse connecting to the back of Burbank's home. A gardener with a watering can walks beside a raised garden bed. A Monkey Puzzle pine tree is seen with Luther Burbank inspecting it and walking beside it.

Date: 1917
Duration: 1 min 26 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Howard Hughes flies a Northrup Gamma airplane from Chicago to Los Angeles in less than half a day

A newsreel titled 'Lunches in Chi. Hops to L.A. For his dinner.' Howard Hughes, famed industrialist and aviator, is seen dressed in a suit and tie, seated in a Chicago restaurant having lunch. He finishes and leaves. The next scene shows nose of a Northrop Gamma 2G airplane with engine running. A brief glimpse of Hughes,still in suit and tie, wearing leather flying helmet with goggles pushed up on his forehead. With Hughes piloting, the airplane taxis and takes off from Chicago. It is seen in a gentle left bank as it departs. Later, Hughes is seen landing at Union Air Terminal in Burbank, California. Hughes is seen in opened cockpit as he taxis in to the parking ramp. He taxis past a Stinson hangar, parks, and climbs down from the aircraft. He is accompanied by a number of men as he walks across the parking ramp. (Note: Howard Hughes is flying a modified Gamma 2G airplane, number NC13761,that he leased from famous woman aviator, Jacqueline Cochran, who ordered it powered by a liquid-cooled 700-hp Curtiss Conqueror engine,driving a two-blade propeller. Hughes modified it with a 1000-hp Wright SR-1820-G2 radial engine, driving a three-blade constant speed propeller, and used it to set a new transcontinental nonstop record, flying from Burbank, California to Newark, New Jersey in 9 hours 26 minutes 10 seconds with an average speed of 259 mph, on 13-14 January 1936. The flight shown here set a speed record of 8 hours and 10 minutes from Chicago, Illinois to Los Angeles, California.)

Date: 1936, May 14
Duration: 54 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
American aviator Howard Hughes arriving at Union Air Terminal in Burbank California after setting speed record from Chicago to Los Angeles

Exterior view of terminal and tower of airport called Union Air Terminal in Burbank, California. View of Northrop Gamma 2G (NR13761) aircraft, piloted by aviator Howard Hughes, as it lands in Burbank, having set a speed record for flight from Chicago to Los Angeles. View of the Northrop Gamma 2G aircraft as it taxis and stops near airport terminal buildings. Howard Hughes is greeted by crew and supporters. He removes flight goggles, stands, and exits the aircraft. Hughes in his Northrop Gamma 2G had flown from Chicago to Los Angeles in 8 hours and 10 minutes, traveling at 215 miles per hour.

Date: 1936, May 14
Duration: 1 min 4 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Luther Burbank's house and gardens in Santa Rosa, California.

Luther Burbank's experimental farm and conservatory in Santa Rosa, California. American horticulturist Luther Burbank puts on his hat as he poses. Exteriors of his house. Children play in a street. View of the gardens.

Date: 1917
Duration: 1 min 18 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
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